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COD Modern Warfare 2022 leaks suggest these classic Modern Warfare 2 maps are set to appear

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The Modern Warfare series in Call of Duty will remain as one of the brightest piece of work the franchise has ever come up. Now, Activision has announced another title that is coming going to be added to the new generation of MW series that started with Modern Warfare 2019. While MW 2019 divided the entire community with mixed reviews, the response was mostly positive from the fans. And Activision will indeed be taking this forward with Modern Warfare 2022. COD Modern Warfare 2022 leaks, COD Modern Warfare 2022 Maps, CODM MW2 Maps, COD MW 2022 Multiplayer, COD MW 2022 Campaign, MW2022 Leaks

Currently, the hype for the game is at its peak and the fans are scavenging the internet for leaks and release dates. Recently, a prominent Call of Duty leaker, Henderson, revealed that one of the most popular and iconic maps from Modern Warfare 2 (2009), will be featured in the upcoming title.


In the video, Henderson further talked about the possibility of a new DMZ mode that is meant to resemble Escape from Tarkov gameplay. Now, it is not yet confirmed by the officials but fans are indeed looking forward to this coming true when the game releases around the final quarter of 2022.

This is the following list of rumoured Modern Warfare 2 maps:

  • Favela
  • Terminal
  • Highrise
  • Shipment
  • Quarry

More about the Campaign of COD 2022: Modern Warfare 2

The campaign of Modern Warfare 2 will be focused on the drug battle against Colombian cartels, as initially reported by VGC. According to sources, the single-player game is “a gritty twist on Modern Warfare 2019’s campaign, “with more close-quarters combat, difficult decision making, and the typical Call of Duty set-piece moments fans have come to appreciate.

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Task Force 141 will make a comeback, including playable characters in the campaign as well as operators in multiplayer. Task Force 141, on the other hand, will forego the desert-themed military clothes and hefty helmets in favor of tiger-striped uniforms and Boonie caps. Weapon jamming, character shaking, and other new animations have also been introduced to the game, although these are cinematic one-off moments rather than a constant fixture, according to sources.

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